We’re Turning 3 at The Beer Spot

Fort Lee: We’re Turning 3 is happening at The Beer Spot & Gril

Joe from The Beer Spot & Gril said on Saturday, July 7 from 12:00 pm to 02:00 am

We will be celebrating our 3rd anniversary w/ a day of beer, food, music & fun.

Live music 5 pm – 8 pm

Specials:

Drink
$3 Jameson shots
$3 Fire Ball shots
$5 Patron Silver shot
$5 Ciroc vodka drinks (all flavors)
$5 Jager bombs
$10 Long Island Iced Tea pitchers
$10 Margaritas pitchers
$10 Sangria pitchers

Food:
$.50 Chicken tails 12 pm – 5 pm

ALL DAY
$5 Classic burger w/ Jersey shore fries

(30) beer tap take over.

Tap List

1) Founders KBS 18′ – Imperial Stout 11.8%
This stout is brewed with a hint of coffee and vanilla then aged in oak bourbon barrels for over a year

2) Founders CBS (Canadian Breakfast Stout) – Imperial Stout 11.8%
Canadian Breakfast Stout (CBS) is the epitome of why we launched the Backstage Series: to bring some of our most sought-after beers, which have been available primarily at the taproom or at a few select events, to a much larger audience.

Canadian Breakfast Stout is an Imperial Stout brewed with a blend of coffees and imported chocolates, then aged in spent bourbon barrels that have most recently been aging pure Michigan maple syrup

3) Avery Ginger Sour – American Wild Ale 6%
Verdant fresh ginger is artfully rooted in radiant tartness, peaking in the unmistakable burst and bite of this bright barrel-aged sour ale.

4) Avery Raspberry Sour – American Wild Ale 6.5%
Luscious ripe red raspberries are elegantly intertwined with a bountiful amount of lactic acidity and delicate barrel nuances to cultivate this stunning sour ale.

5) Avery Coconut Porter – American Porter 10.4%
Copious quantities of coconut coupled with time basking in bourbon barrels complement the chocolaty and sumptuous nature of this delectable porter.

6) Avery Tweak – Imperial Stout 16%
Tweak is Avery Mephistopheles Imperial Stout, with a chunk of coffee thrown in. If you haven’t geeked out enough, the brewery aged in four months in bourbon barrels.

7) Avery Apricot Sour – American Wild Ale 7.3%
Bushels of juicy apricots and bright bursts of barrel-aged tartness are seamlessly infused to cultivate this deliciously distinctive and succulent sour ale.

8) Avery Tangerine Quad – Quadrupel 10.1%
Patiently aged in the finest of Bourbon barrels, this bold Belgian-style Quadrupel layers notes of rich, dark fruit, vanilla, and caramel with a burst of tangerine peel culminating in the vibrancy of this full-bodied creation.

9) Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout 17′ – Imperial Stout 12.7%
Sunday Morning Stout is an American Imperial Stout aged in bourbon barrels. The result? A beautiful ebony pour with a large, creamy, off-white head that lasts and lasts. The aromas of roasted coffee and bourbon awaken your senses while their flavors blend with hints of chocolate, roasted malt, vanilla and caramel.

10) Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout 18′ – Imperial Stout 12.7%
Sunday Morning Stout is an American Imperial Stout aged in bourbon barrels. The result? A beautiful ebony pour with a large, creamy, off-white head that lasts and lasts. The aromas of roasted coffee and bourbon awaken your senses while their flavors blend with hints of chocolate, roasted malt, vanilla and caramel.

11) Double Bastard Bigger Longer Uncut – American Strong Ale 12%
My arrogance has metamorphosed into a peatier, haughtier, boozier, doubler, more “er” of everything version of itself. Unlike the malted substance, which abetted my materialization, you don’t have chiseled iceberg chunks or fizzy, sugary pop sugar crystals at your disposal to cut me or soften the unbridled intensity of my righteous state that is liquid arrogance. Go ahead. Try me. This Islay whisky barrel-infused ale could put a lion’s mane on a hairless cat

12) Lost Abbey Ex Cathedra – Quadrupel 14.1%
Bourbon Barrel Aged beer with Spices (Star Anise, Ginger and Orange Peel)

13) Evil Twin Dontcha Know – Imperial Stout 14%
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14) AleSmith Speedway Stout Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee – Imperial Stout 12%
Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee beans are grown in the fertile soil of some of the highest Caribbean peaks, making it one of the most prized gourmet coffees in the world. This rare coffee uses lightly roasted Arabica beans to create subtle acidity and a well-balanced chocolaty finish. With the help of local roaster, Mostra Coffee, these 100% Blue Mountain beans were sourced from the renowned Mavis Bank Coffee Factory in Jamaica. Carefully roasted and cold-brewed, this coffee is the perfect complement to our award-winning Imperial Stout.

15) Brasserie Dupont Avec Les Bons Voeux 16′ – Saison/Farmhouse 9.5%
Les Bons Voeux means best wishes, which is what Brasserie Dupont sends with this very special saison ale brewed for the holidays. Redolently aromatic, rich and velvety.

Rich gold color, fragrant (lemony with hints of pepper, banana and clove), as all the beers of Dupont are with a full, deep malt richness that lingers on your tongue for what seems the whole holiday season. Considered by some the finest offering from this unparalleled Brewery. “The best Belgian beer, if ever there could be such an award…a sumptuous, seductive 9.5% beer. Because of it’s intensity, I would recommend the novice graduate to this beer. However, if a saison that is starting to lean towards being a triple appeals to you, and if its in season, don’t hesitate

16) Fuchshof Most – Cider 5.5%
Their cider is produced from a blend of apples and pears. Blending apples and pears is a traditional practice in German cideries. The use Jonagold and Braeburn apples as well as Austrian Speckbirne and Schweizer (Swiss) Wasserbirne pears. The apples and pears are crushed, after harvest, and then wrapped in canvas. A board is then placed on top of this layer. A total of 10 layers are created in this fashion. With a stack of 10 layers, the crushed apples and pears are ready for pressing to extract the juice. It then undergoes a natural fermentation

17) Rodenbach Alexander | Brouwerij Rodenbach N.V -Flanders Red Ale 5.6%
Flanders Red Ale- a blend of 1/3 young and 2/3 two-year old ale matured in oak foeders, that is macerated with sour cherries.

18) Brix City (Formally known as Righteous Jams) – Double IPA 8.5%
An original Jams offering this DIPA is Dry Hopped with Citra & Mosaic

19) Cypress Cecila: 3rd Anniversary – NEIPA 8.5%
Triple dry hopped at over 6 pounds per barrel of Citra, Mosaic, and Galaxy.

20) SingleCut Conform or Be Cast Out – IPA 7.2%
In 1982, Rush released their ninth studio album, Signals. The first track on that album, Subdivisions, says this: “Subdivisions / In the high school halls / In the shopping malls / Conform or be cast out.” Whether you agree with that social commentary or not, that lyric inspired the name of today’s beer from SingleCut Beersmiths. If you’re wondering about the label, you Rush fans should recognize “that Darn Dragon!” The Dragon originally appeared in the live concert tour Rush in Rio, before the band played “One Little Victory,” and eventually returned during their R30 tour. The writing uses simplified Chinese characters generally only used in China (thanks @mindic1782 for the translation) to say the name of the beer. Conform or be Cast Out!

OK, enough about Rush, let’s talk about the beer. This one was really special, and really tasty! It’s an IPA brewed with pink peppercorns—actually a berry related to cashews and not pepper—and Szechuan peppercorns, which is a commonly used spice in Chinese cuisine (is the label situation becoming clearer?). The result is really astounding. The pepper hit my nose immediately when i poured it into the glass, and the tropical flavors combined really well with the late hint of heat from the Szechuan. Really a work of art!

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